Tuesday's boys' soccer roundup

Here is the Tuesday boys' soccer roundup:

Freshman Matthew Amatruda stands just 5 feet, 3 inches, but he stood tall for Kennedy-Kenrick in a 1-0 win over visiting Archbishop Carroll in a Catholic League Blue Division socer game.
Amatruda went into the game with five minutes left and headed in the game-winning goal with 2 minues, 40 seconds left off a corner kick from Mike Gratzinger. It was his first varsity goal.

For the third time in their last four games, Conwell-Egan went to double overtime. This time, it beat visiting Neumann-Goretti, 4-3.
Matt DiLiegro scored a pair of goals at key times for the Eagles. His first tied the game, 3-3, in the 18th minute of the second half. Then during the third minute of the second overtime period, DiLiegro kicked the ball with his left foot on the right baseline and curled it high into the net for the game-winner.
Paul Rambo and Tikel Habte scored goals and Mike Keenan stopped eight shots for Conwell-Egan while Saints’ goalie John Cujdik stopped 26 shots. Michael Gallagher scored twice and Joseph Hatton collected a goal for Neumann-Goretti.

Tom Baker struck for four goals in the second half to boost Archbishop Wood past host Cardinal Dougherty, 6-0.
Baker also assisted on the first goal of the game by Mike Trodden. John Strecker added a goal while Nick Aglira and Matt Friend shared three saves for the Vikings.

Public League

Tarek Kerbag scored 10 minutes into the second half to hand Franklin Learning Center a 2-1 win over visiting Boys’ Latin.
Kerbag scored the game-winner off a scramble in front of the net. Koboi Yarkpawolo also scored for the Bobcats who got nine saves from Kirolos Sevarous. Yhosua Gomez scored a goal and Khalil Baxter stopped nine shots for the Warriors.

Winy Antoine and Rucleese Blanc notched first-half goals to give Frankford a 2-0 win over Kensington at old Lighthouse Field.
Angel Paulino tossed the shutout in goal after stopping three shots for the Pioneers. The game ended 20 minutes early because of a serious automobile accident at Aramingo and Lehigh Avenues.

Solomon Zoegar scored twice to lead Prep Charter to a 4-1 win over visiting Furness.
Jerome Horton and Narich Kean also scored for the Huskies who held a 3-1 lead at halftime. Jose Corona scored for the Falcons.
Moustaoha Doumbia notched a hat trick and led Roxborough past host Engineering and Science.
Abukubar Mohammed struck for a hat trick for the Indians.

Catholic Red

Rob Poli scored for St. Joseph’s Prep, and Darius Gbunblee notched a goal for Father Judge in a 1-1 double-overtime tie.
Charlie Lewis tipped a shot over the bar in the first overtime period and stopped a breakaway during the second overtime for the Hawks. He finished with six saves. Colin Sulpezio turned aside four shots for the Crusaders.


Ben Sataloff scored with 17 minutes left in the first half to boost Lower Merion to a 1-0 win over visiting Conestoga.
Sataloff scored off an assist from John Dolezal. Jack Van Abelsberg turned aside four shots to get the shutout for the Aces.

Joe Raymond, Thomas Shiiba, and Dennis Zonchor collected goals to give Strath Haven a 3-0 win over visiting Springfield (Delaware County).
Kelsey Beck-Cullen shut out the Cougars with five saves while Ryan Rhodes stopped nine shots for Springfield.

Lawrence Sobah picked up a hat trick in the first half to help Upper Darby trip visiting Ridley, 9-0.
Emmette Kemokai added two goals while Charles Howard, George Lambritsious, Paul Marshall and Steve McGee added single goals for the Royals who got three saves from Andrew Flood.


Laquan Hayes stopped 14 shots for Glen Mills, and J.C. Keita turned aside seven shots for visiting Penn Wood in a 0-0 tie.


Adam Boehr scored twice as Great Valley dominated host Oxford, 8-1.


Chris Brennan earned a hat trick, and Tim Vaughn added a pair of goals to lift New Hope-Solebury past host Devon Prep, 5-2.
Carter Robinson stopped five shots to earn the win for the Lions. Paul Kubat and John Laprise scored for the Tide who got five stops from Pat Curley.

Friends Schools

Aiden Schmidtberger scored during the first minute of the first of two overtime periods to hand George School a 3-2 league-opening win over visiting Academy of the New Church.
The Cougars sent the game into overtime by putting a ball into their own net with 16 minutes left in regulation, but Schmidtberger made up for it when he connected in a crowded box from a yard out.
Seumas Trull and Will Yarnall came through with goals for George School while Jon Riles scored for the Lions.

Jason Symonette scored his fourth goal of the season as Germantown Friends beat visiting Moorestown Friends, 1-0.
Symonette scored 4:40 into the game off a corner kick by Brendan Turner which in turn was headed by Minolo Sanchez. Jay Query earned the shutout in goal for the Tigers after facing just two shots.

Zac Arch led a potent Shipley scoring attack with two goals and the Gators went on to beat visiting Friends Select, 6-0.
Also scoring for Shipley was Keith Bradley, Miles Doolittle, Mac Gallagher and Evan Seltzer. Mike Stewart added a pair of assists and Gators’ goalie Nick Irvine faced two shots.


James Kim earned a hat trick to lift Perkiomen School past host Collegium, 5-2.
Pablo Arias also scored for the Indians. Eskul Koliyah scored twice for the Cougars and has four goals in the last three games.

Yazan Musher picked up a pair of goals to spark Del-Val Friends to a 5-0 win over host Wyncote Academy.
Musher has six goals in three games. Barry Cross, Miguel Schultz and Joseph Trabucco added goals and Brendan Dieck had three saves for Del-Val.

Freddie Wachder connected for an incredible six goals to give West-Mont Christian a 7-2 win over host Phelps.
Michael Walsh also scored for the Wings who got four saves from Mika Suliman.


Ethan Compton scored twice while John Price and Kory Reddick added single goals for Pottsgrove in a 4-3 win over visiting Twin Valley.

Bassour Atakora scored twice in the first 11 minutes of the second half and helped Church Farm beat visiting Plumstead Christian, 3-1.
William Amoyaw also scored for the Griffins while Cory Brautigam found the range for the Panthers.

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